The internet has become part of our everyday lives, and we believe in making it accessible to all in as many ways as possible, helping you get online. From accessing the Wi-Fi, or browsing the web to learning how to use a computer for the first time, we are here for you. Below is a list of the ways that we can help you get online.
Redbridge Libraries offer a Free Wi-Fi service across all branches. Simply connect to the Redbridge-Libraries-WiFi network and enter your email address to get started.
Need to get on the net quickly? Want to read a magazine or the latest news? Borrow a Hublet! Simply scan your library card on the dock and the Hublet is yours for the next hour. Available at selected libraries. Watch our short video.
Learn My Way
Is a free website of free online courses, helping people develop digital skills to make the most of the online world. A lack of digital skills and access can have a huge negative impact on a person’s life, leading to poorer health outcomes and a lower life expectancy, increased loneliness and social isolation, less access to jobs and education. It can mean paying more for essentials, financial exclusion, an increased risk of experiencing poverty. People who are digitally excluded also lack a voice and visibility in the modern world, as government services and democracy increasingly move online.
Learn My Way is free and can be accessed at any local library. Improve your digital skills today!
Attend during these times and a member of staff or volunteer will be on hand to help you:
Redbridge Central Library – Wednesday 10.30am-12.30pm
Fullwell Cross Library – Wednesday 2pm-4pm
South Woodford Library & Gym – Fri 4.30pm-5.30pm/ Sat 8am-9am
Woodford Green Library & Gym -Wednesday 9am-10am
Gants Hill Library – Tuesday 2pm-4pm
Keith Axon Library – Monday 10am-2pm
Goodmayes Library – Tuesday 10am-2pm
Wanstead Library – Wednesday 10.30am-12.30pm/ Friday 2pm-4pm